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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Rangers outhit White Page 7 Sports HaraldZdtung Juno 6 Mississippi State shaves Razorbacks AP Will Clark definitely got up on the right side of the The Mississippi State first baseman was chosen second one pick sooner than he expected by the San Francisco Giants In Mondays major league Clark then displayed his professional potential with a home triple and single that drove In four runs as the Bulldogs rallied to edge Arkansas 54 and remain un beaten In the College World Youd have to say he had a great from the draft all the way to the ninth Mississippi State Coach Ron Polk The triumph advanced the to a game Thursday that will involve the only teams without a loss in the doubleelimination Mississippi States opponent will be the winner of tonights MiamiTexas will play Stanford in a losers bracket game Clarks bat wasnt the only weapon that ended Arkansas 17game winning Senior Jeff Brantley pitched around 11 hits and a walk to improve his record to The Bulldogs also took advantage of a controversial umpires ruling to rally from a 43 deficit in the seventh Mississippi States Frank Davis led off the seventh with a fly ball that left fielder Norm Roberts dove for and held iy lure the ball spun out of his Arkansas Coach Norm DeBriyn argued that Davis was but umpire Dan Pederson called him safe at second with a One out Gator Thiesen skipped a looping liner off ttie foul line and into the right field corner for a game tying Clark then singled up the middle to drive in the decisive I was trying to get the ball out of my glove to show Pederson that I had Roberts said of his I know I had There was no controversy about Clarks extrabase The lefthanded slugger rocketed an RBI triple to rightcenter in the third inning and socked a two run homer to left in the fifth that tied the score I was so pumped up by the I took it into the said who is hitting this season with 21 homers and 70 runs batted This is one of the better days of my Clark was quick to share credit for the victory with who went the distance even though his Swindell Im ready AP Texas sophomore AllAinerican pitcher Greg Swindell says he could pitch against Miami tonight and corne back Thursday to pitch in the winners bracket finale at the NCAA College World Although the 181 lefthander said after the Longhorns 21 victory over Arizona Saturday that he feels strong enough to take the mound again Texas Coach Cliff Gustafson said hell start Bruce against sixthranked Miami thumped topranked Stan ford 173 in the other Saturday setting a series record with five home I could do Swindell said of pitching both But Gustafson said he plans to rest Swindell tonight and come back with him either Wednesday or Swindell said Miamis hitting has impressed They reminded me of Arizona State of last year the way they were swinging the Swindell said of the 60 15 Arizona State scored 37 runs and hit over in the CWS to finish third in last years national college baseball Swindell had offensive help Saturday night from All American second baseman Billy who scored the tying run after walking in the seventh and then doubled home the winning run in the The winning hit may not be that unusual for but the way he did it Hitting twice from the left side of the plate against Arizona lefthander Joe he grounded out and struck The last two times up Bates jumped to the right side only the third game this year he has done Bates said he jumped on an offspeed pitch to line a double to the leftfield corner in the eighth with Robbie Byers on repertoire was I only had one pitch for the last few innings Brantley I could have told them what was My slider just wouldnt Brantley was aided by three double the last of which helped Mississippi State escape a noneout jam in the eighth It looked like we had him a couple of DeBriyn But hes their and they wanted to stay with Communists say they wont boycott in BERLIN AP The 1988Summer Olympic Games in Seoul will suffer no repeat of the Sovietled boycott of the 1984 South Korean Sports Minister Ixse YongHo says he has been Lee said Monday despite an absence of diplomatic relations between his country and Communist he received a very favorable impression of the Communist attitude toward Seoul in a 40minute meeting Sunday with Manfred Ewald is East Germanys top sports official and president of its national Olympic We had a very good We discussed the Seoul Games in detail and Ewald in dicated not only East Germany but all the socialist countries intend to take part in the Seoul There were indications that North in was urging a boycott but was meeting opposition from East European par ticularly East Germany and tee said Ewald promised that East Germany and other Communist nations would travel to Seoul for Septembers Judo World Cham pionships and Octobers World Cup boxing Lee said he believed this would create a precedent for the 1988 Olympics since the Soviet bloc teams could then no longer claim that ab sence of diplomatic relations prevented their As the International Olympic Committee began its 90th regular session in East Berlin much of the talk concerned the surprise decision to dismiss IOC director Monique Berlioux of ran the Olympic secretariat with an iron hand for 14 years as the IOCs top executive Longseething tension between her and IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch was an open secret at the IOC headquarters in almost since Samaranch assumed the post in No ship can have two said one of the nine members of the IOC Executive which made the final decision to dismiss tier The official spoke to reporters on condition of Walther Troeger of West the IOCs Sports called the decision to fire Berlioux irrever The war between Berlioux and the executive board had escalated to a point where there was no solution other than a he Some IOC members accused Berlioux of proFrench Canyons Bret an allstate tournament selection last throw during Saturdays clinching game against New Braunfels Cougars to play at 3 Canyon and Jasper will know whats in store for the Class 4A state finals before they even take the field Thursday at DischFalk Field in The Cougars and Bulldogs will meet at 3 in the second 4A game at the University of Texas An drews and DeSoto meet at 1 in the Fridays championship game is at The University Interscholastic League is using a new method of setting up the tournament this with teams meeting according to regions instead of the team with the best record met the team with the worst record and the other two teams But the Region I and II winners meet and the III and IV winners DeSoto has the tournaments best record at 316 in the Eagles have won more games than any team of any classification going to DeSoto beat Canyon 40 in the semifinals last season but lost to Westlake in the The Eagles and Cougars are the teams to make the return trip from last seasons 4A final Andrews is 224 and Jasper is The Bulldogs are the only team to reach Austin with 10 losses which defeated Smithson Valley 41 in will play 292 IJndenKildare in the 3A semifinals at at Nelson The Aggies are Fridays which are all at DischFalk Field begin at with the Class A The 2A finals are at the 3A finals at and the 5A finals at 7 30 Blue advances to touney finals The New Braunfels Blue started its summer season by ad vancing to the championship game of the Spring Invitational soccer tournament in San Antonio last In that the Blue fell to Hill Country United 31 in a defensiveoriented New Braunfels reached the finals by beating the Northeast Panthers 40 and the Northeast Warriors In the first two firsthalf goals by Craig Morrison gave the Blue an early The led by Bud Hasert and John led the shutout as the Blue allowed only four shots on Morrison and Leonard Lagunas added goals in the second half for the final In the second the Blue met the tournament Neither team could score in the first but left wing Chan Clark broke through for a goal in the second half for a 10 New Braunfels The Warriors continued their pressure in the second but the defense held and Morrison scored a clinching goal with five minutes Goalie Peter Garza drew the praise of the Warriors coach for his in Sundays championship Uniteds fast offense produced two firsthalf while the Blue could not In the second the Blues defense came together and held United to only one goal midway through the second The Blue scored late in the game on a breakaway by The draft Brewers choose NC catcher NEW YORK AP Surhoff has no par ticular target date for making the major Hed just like to get there as quick as catcher for the University of North was the first pick Monday in major league baseballs 1985 June amateur freeagent chosen by the Milwaukee Right after the Surhoff and his Bob agreed to a oneyear contract with the Surhoff set school records with a career average and 77 runs scored in the 1985 college He batted in 1984 and this past Milwaukee had the 1 pick by virtue of the worst record in baseball in The second pick in the draft of amateur players was Mississippi State first baseman Will chosen by the San Francisco Picked third was righthanded pitcher Bobby Witt of taken by the Texas Shortstop Barry Larkin of a Cincinnati was taken fourth by the Cincinnati and the Chicago White Sox picked catcher Kurt Brown of Glendora High School in Rangers get OU pitcher ARLINGTON AP The Texas Rangers scouting all of them yelled like children when the Giants anounced they had taken Mississippi State first baseman Will dark with the second pick in the amateur freeagent As that left Bobby Witt for the Rangers during the choosing Rangers scouting director Sandy Johnson said a 21yearold righthander from the University of was their 1 choice all Because of the Rangers need for Witt was the easy choice over Clark and North Carolina catcher selected 1 by HOUSTON AP The National League Houston Astros finished the first and second rounds of the 1985 June freeagent draft picks armed with eight players that included two college In the regular the Astros chose Cameron an outfielder from the University of New Drew a 210pound hit with 12 home runs and 39 RBI last Reds pick Piano player PLANO AP After a tensionfilled morning of staring at his Piano East outfielde Steven Davis says hes glad its over now that the Cincinnati Reds selected him in the second round of the amateur baseball I kind of expected to go in the first round but now Im glad its Davis said after he got the Reds telephone call at about Monday who hit his senior season and was a Dallas Morning News already has signed a letter of intent with the University of Texas I really have no idea if I will sign or go to Texas he Piano East coach Ed Norris said he was somewhat surprised that Davis was passed over in the first From what we had been we thought Steve rould go to either the Cubs or the In other draft action the Indians made Texas pitcher Michael ths No 9 pick in the regular while Texas 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